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Bumet, Texas Burnet Bulletin Wednesday, October 17, 2018 Page 9A Community Kisel, of Denison. Paul is also survived by his three brothers, David Kisel of San Antonio, Jeff Kisel and wife Dana of Rockport, and Todd Kisel and wife Jennifer of Round Rock, and by his mother-in-law, Lois Duncan, of Schertz, sister-in- law Shunt Willyof Schertz, and The Hill Country Community Theatre adds more laughter to the mix with the second show of its 2018-19 season, "Sorry! Wrong Chimney!," written by Leo W. Sears and Jack Sharkey, which opens Nov. 29 and runs through Dec. 16. The farcical comedy takes place ten days before Christmas in the apartment of a newly married couple, David brother-in-law Don Duncan of i (Michael Fox) and Samantha nalanapons, In(liana. raul is rr. .-. . ~ . T . . . tt ess tJersnowltz) lUttle JUSt survlveo oy a single grandCnll(l, . ,-. o . . oetore tmrlstmas, uavla nas ueannaI~lelUS, otNocnene, and . . . . . oeen secretly piaylng me role numerous nieces an(l nepnews , oI anta to earn money to ouy t'aul was preceae(l in (learn .-, . nls wile a unrlstmas present served as a state parkranger and' oy lamer' Jonn~Nisel, an(l thief dressed" " Santa," Paul Craig Kisel (Ranger She thinks he is working late at o .-. nxs morner, rxay(lonna rriesen. .- on taut) oI uenlson, texas, . . me omce. rauI was passionate donut returned home to his Lord and Problems ensue after ieacnlng cnnuren donut Savior on Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018 Samantha calls the office and nature an(l snaring ms love at the age of 59. He was born finds out the office has been " 1 2" 1 P 1 w,mr me outooors ine iamny Ju y v, y y.au as an avia " close(l,snares ner concerns . o recelve(l visitors at t ratcner . . outaoorsman, a loving turner, ~ - . wltn ner snooty nelgnoor euneral taome on t nursaay, grandfather, and husband, and Natalie Weldon, played by OCt 11 l"uneral services ior, . was a dear friend to many. Paul Paul were held Frida Oct Toni Souther. Mix that with a Y, 12 at Eisenhower State Pm'k as played superintendent for over thirty- ', by Randy L. Hilmer, and the Contributed under me alrecuon oi t ratcner . . five years and volunteered F ~ r-r ;a, "r~ ~ antics begin. From left, Michael Fox, Bess Gershowitz, Toni Souther, Don Jacks, Christina rvlunoz, Randy t~.tx~l ~uxll~ vv L~*LIJL~lX y countless hours at 4H and FFA R,-or a ;=Mo Anson J. Hahn (policeman) L. Hilmer, and Anson J. Hahn rehearse for "Sorry! Wrong Chimney!" at the Hill Country events as well as with the Boy officlatin "'Buria'i to';k "'lac"e gives a hysterical, hypnotically Community Theatre. The holiday farce opens Nov. 29. Scouts of America g'. . induced striptease that will butut(lay, uct. at LaKelana MIKe Ka(lemaeKers,lnlS is me KIUn OI snow mat and z:t p.m. bun(lays. gaul IS survlve(l oy me . . leave ou rolling on the iloor . . . . HIlls MemorlalParkmBurnet Y executive director of HCCT, you come to for relaxation Tickets go on sale Nov. 21 love oI hiS nte, bneuy lsel, " In iauglater, t nristIna Munoz of In memory of Paul, the said audience members will and laughter. What better way for the general pubhc. HCCT L*cnmun; m~ u~tugmctb, o . . claYS me votuntuous bnella . . --. . mmny is requesung aonanons -, -. . *, . leave the theater with a smile, to laugh than with a Yuletide season subscribers may make Jamle rtelas ana nusoana . . wno IS protecting ner precious" ' ' 9 be made to A Living Tribute embracing the spirit of the show Thlslsafunnyplayand reservations startlngNov. 19. Matmew oi Kocneue, texas . ~ 5anta-ourglar ooyrrlenu, uon ,-.- . o .~,~ . . [auvlngtrloute.org) as a way ot season, tne come(tic timing me pertect Olstracuon from all tne 1 111 country t ommunity and t laire norax and nusoana JACKS plays William weiaon Frank of Fort Worth and hi snaring ram s love mr nature to ot mls play mus right in line me noIlaay stress theatre is a 501 (c)(3) nonprolt ; -. wno Knows now to wisecrack o . . - - ,~. best friend and son, Mitchell mture generauons, wlm zings an(l earns mat are wlm me, iarcicai nature ot the. bnow umes are p.m. organization. o story, Rademaekers said.Thursday. through Saturday, IIIIN~I!!I!IIIIRII~ ~i{i~ !~i~ ,: ,I{~ = " ~ ==~ / =iIiillil@ilI~!I 000o::::o0o000:o:::,:00==::::0=0::0::==:0::oo:=:,o::0 o==:oo.=000=o0:::::: 2018 Parade of Homes continues throuqh Sunda V i!ti !.l i 1 Nlll N!llli The Hill Count's to members of the Hill Count lookin to move to the Hill Ba Fredericksbur and t~i::.II,$1II~.15~?~i1,: builders have opened homesBuilders Association (HCBA) Country region for the slower Kerrvltle areas with the homes James Lee C0ttrme- . 86. son, Johnny Courtnev: parents, for tours to the public during are taking the opportunity to pace of living, abundance of being open to the public this passed away on. Oct 11, 2t)I8. John and Mamie Coumley; and the 2018 Hill Country Parade showcase their craftsmanship outdoor activities and safe weekend, Friday, Oct. 19, A ffmeral service was held his sisters, Hazel Bradley and of Homes TourTM which to the ,ublic communities throu-h Sundav c o, Monday, Oct 15, at ler&vls .Matn e Ellen Mmson n in 1 ' "/ - :. : ",: " o : : . co t" ues th's weekend in Our annual Parade of Homeowners are catching Tickets are $10 per person, t mmal itme wth mIe ert James sur .ed i . Burnet, Llano, Glllesple and Homes Tour, presented on to the many benefits of and chlldrenunder 10 are flee. folowing at Post Motmtain chiklren, James Courtney Jro Kerr counties, by Security State Bank &living in the central Texas Tickets are available online at Cemetery. Coum ev, SteveCourtnev, Economic growthis drawing Trust, is a major draw for Hill Country,"said Jen HillCountryBuilders.org and htmes',~as born on OctM~k~ (ourh~e,r ,rod Sus~ >.''-', : : ".i " 2 'A " thousands of new residents to locals and tourists seeking to Stout, HCBA executiveat each home during Parade 1, to ham Mature Grage t 18,a dchfldren, T " ' " !': ' :< ' ? "; ! g" " ' ; ' exas, and the central Texas experience first-hand the latest director. Our members localhours. Parade-goers will ( ore:me m ( ald adl ( curt ,rear ra dchfldr n 1 n reatest in Hill Coun businesses touch all fa t f h h -- / - : - "' -e' ' Hill Country region has a ot a d g " " try " ce s o ave t e opportunity to visit Texas James pr'o dlv A an ementsunder,the , " ".' : .;. . - :: g s " " of what other areas in Texas living, said Land Bohannon, the building and construction wineries along rthe famed Hwy his c{>antry the U. S. care of Jenkil s Ftmeral Home, are lacking land. The vast HCBA Parade of Homes industries, and nearly all have 290 Wine Trail and enjoy the ,1[e:ispreeededin death b~ hi~ Btm~et Texas ~"~'t o~O~"d available for chai-'erson "We '---~ ' '- " ' ~ " ' "" q, q, ~-.: ' : -,~d 7: . -, ,~'-;0;.;,' :~,"a:, ~: <,;:~1 ~t, .;~ &[i~! tp . vw aliwauy :seen ml UptlCh in sales anu region s antique and oounque .ll!I,I~:===.ii,~;~, =z~.'.=~;~<~=~z= >s.;~IIg~ I=. {ll!II= hi. 1i resl~tentg~fl[ and commercial expermnced an unusually high serwce mqmnes over the past she m ex eriences. !Iq#I:I~'~=~I,~~' -.~ ~g ~e>ll~ts~',=:'!~!!~l ~:,l~l~, develo ments throu hout the number of Parade in uirles cou le of ears Visitorscan enter a l:,t~,tlv,~,$,l !iA,~:t~:*:,4~l$l(4:,)t):~:ll l[4:,t't:,/~',iF/~>x>6:.~ l~&'l'-~:-~ / *:t ~, *l $I: (',I((i//11 *~%< It